The Pele Tower Killington Hall Farm Killington Kirkby Lonsdale Carnforth LA6 2HA
Tel: 01539 645845
The Pele Tower is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, conveniently located off the M6 (Junction 37) between Kirkby Lonsdale & Sedbergh, 20 minutes from the Lake District and an hour from the Scottish border.
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Millbeck Farm, Great Langdale, Nr Ambleside, Cumbria, LA22 9JU
Tel: 015394 37364
Sue and Eric Taylforth
This Traditional 17th century Lakeland Farmhouse sleeps 6 in One Double, One Twin both with wash basins and One Adult Bunk Room. There are two toilets one upstairs and one down a bath and shower.
There is a lounge with ample room for those who take both properties as one and this is definitely the room for cosy evenings round the fire or planning the next busy day. There is a fully fitted kitchen in natural woods which is well equipped and a useful separate laundry. The position of this property is enviable from its setting at the foot of Side Pike and has glorious views across the valley to Stickle Ghyll, Pavey Ark and the Langdale Pikes. Formerly part of the dairy attached to the original old farmhouse the cottage has its own entrance to the side of the farm where there are fine views to the head of Langdale and the majestic Bow Fell and Crinkle Crags.
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Paul Naylor, Bowderdale, Wasdale head, Seascale, Cumbria, CA20 1EX
The self catering accommodation comprises of three bedrooms ( a triple , a double and a single ) , a kitchen, a lounge and a bathroom.
All recently converted and furnished with help from the rural regeneration fund.
This property is the ideal base for those planning trips into the Wasdale fells.
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Andrew Race, Burnthwaite, Wasdale head, Seascale, Cumbria,
Situated at Wasdale Head on the quieter side of the Lake District, Burnthwaite Farm Cottage provides comfortable self catering accommodation for up to four people.
With views over the Wasdale fells, this holiday cottage is ideal for walkers looking to take advantage of the hundreds of walks that go right from its front door. Footpaths lead from the farm up Scafell and Great Gable, or you can walk over the fells to the Eskdale valley. You are very welcome to bring dogs. Wasdale itself is a valley of extremes. It boasts England’s deepest lake (Wastwater), highest mountain (Scafell), smallest church (St Olaf’s) and the world’s biggest liar competition (each November, in the Santon Bridge Inn).
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Glen & Dorothy Wilkinson Tilberthwaite Farm Coniston
Tel: 01539 437281
Hidden at the head of the beautiful Tilberthwaite valley, one mile from the main road, Tilberthwaite Farm Cottage enjoys magnificent views across the fells. Part of an 18th century farmhouse, this clematis-clad cottage was once owned by Beatrix Potter.Visit Tilberthwaite Farm Cottage Email Tilberthwaite Farm Cottage
High Beckside Holiday Cottage c/o Crookabeck Farm Patterdale Cumbria CA11 0NP
Tel: 017684 82742
17th Century cottage in conservation village near Ullswater. Sleeps 7 with outside stone steps to old wool loft, now converted into an en-suite bedroom. Central heating throughout. Carpeted with herdwick carpet and herdwick floor rugs.
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Adrian & Margie Simper, Yew Tree Farm Wasdale, Seascale, Cumbria
Tel: 019467 26285
Set among the natural splendour of Wasdale, home to England’s highest mountain Scafell, deepest lake Wastwater, smallest Church St Olaf’s and biggest liar competition!
At the heart of the unspoilt Western Lake District, Yew Tree Farm is a special place.
Whether you are a serious climber, bird watcher or painter or whether you just want a break from the hassle of life, Yew Tree Farm provides an ideal base for your Lakeland holiday.Visit Yew Tree Farm Wasdale Email Yew Tree Farm Wasdale
Routen Farm, Ennerdale, Cleator, Cumbria, CA23 3AU
Tel: 01946 861270
Bunkhouse and Camping Accommodation in the “Wild Valley” of Ennerdale.
The Wild Wool Barn on Routen Farm is a luxury bunkhouse in Ennerdale providing accommodation for groups or families of up to 6, staying in a recently converted Lakeland barn. The barn is overshadowed by Great Bourne, and overlooks Ennerdale Water and Crag Fell, placing it in the heart of fells of the Lake District isolated from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The picturesque campsite (for maximum of 6 campers) offers a rare opportunity to camp in isolation overlooking the stunning views of Ennerdale Water. Individuals, families or small groups, are welcome for short or long breaks, or the whole site can be booked as as part of an exclusive group booking, giving barn and camping accommodation for groups of up to 12 people. Whilst staying at the Barn you can visit The Wild Wool Workshop,
Bowkerstead Farm, Satterthwaite, Ulverston, Cumbria. LA12 8LL
Tel: 01229 860208
Dhanell Baldwin and Arthur Threlkeld run this campsite on their farm which is situated 1.5 miles south of the Visitor Centre at Grizedale. Grizedale valley itself lies between Coniston Water and Lake Windermere. A journey of four miles north takes you to the village of Hawkshead and a further 5 miles to Ambleside.Travelling south takes you to the local market town of Ulverston.
In addition to a campsite, pods, yurts and a bunkhouse are also available.
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